Job control ( 0.08) and peer support ( 0.05) were weakly but significantly negatively correlated with LTPA in men. Job role ( 0.05) was weakly but significantly negatively correlated with LTPA in women. These psychosocial work characteristics accounted for 1% or less of the variance in LTPA..
Though pain and lumps in the breast are the most noticeable symptoms, some signs may not be as noticeable as others. Hence, it important that women know what the symptoms are, and learn how to spot them. Moreover, they are also enveloped in unusual myths that are perpetrated by friends, family, and internet which are not necessarily true.
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But once completed, “The Connection” only screened twice at a single theater on Manhattan’s 45th Street before being closed by New York State’s censorship board. I’m not sure which is more amazing: the fact that New York had a censorship board in the early ’60s that could control what movies the public saw, or the reason for the seizure of “The Connection,” which was two or three uses of the word “shit” (as a synonym for drugs). By the time some edits were made and the ban lifted, public interest had faded, largely because of a swath of unrebutted hostile reviews.
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We can note here, drawing on Karol Berger’s idea that the cadenza is the moment where “the performer steps out of a written role and speaks in his or her own voice,” that a double voiced discourse emerges, as if Apap is in dialogue with Mozart. The presence of more than a single voice is most evident at the cadenza’s conclusion, as the final trill leads back into Mozart’s Rondo theme. Here Apap’s voice recedes in favor of Mozart’s.